After enduring her third birth on Friday, September 6, Christina and Ant Anstead are settling into their lives as parents of five.

As Dearly previously reported, the HGTV star—formerly known as Christina El Moussa—revealed that she and her doctors made the decision to deliver their newborn baby via a cesarean section.

Christina said she explained her decision to have a c-section on Instagram so that she could get “ahead of certain people making assumptions”:

Everyone’s birth [stories] are different and although no one should have to explain – sometimes it’s just easier to avoid some rude comments.

Nonetheless, their baby boy, who they named Hudson London Anstead, was born healthy, weighing seven-pounds, seven-ounces and measure 19.5 inches long.

Now, after Christina and Ant introduced their little bundle of joy to their social media followers, the mom and dad are sharing just how thrilled Christina’s children, whom she shares with ex-husband Tarek El Moussa—were to meet their little brother.

As Christina shared on Instagram, Brayden and Taylor couldn’t contain their excitement when meeting Hudson for the first time.

The proud mom wrote:

Perfectly captured candid moment of Tay and Bray meeting baby Hudson yesterday- just a little excited.

And Ant’s children from his previous marriage are also excited to meet their baby brother. However, because Amelie and Archie live in England, they haven’t had a chance to do so yet.

However, both expressed their love for Hudson on Instagram. Amelie wrote:

“He’s perfect.”

While Archie added:

“So excited to meet my new brother.”

Also excited to meet Hudson one day is Christina’s ex-husband and current business partner, Tarek.

The HGTV star said of his ex-wife’s newest addition:

She got to meet her new brother Hudson yesterday and she was thrilled!!! I can’t wait to meet the little guy also! If Christina and Ant pay well I may babysit.

Well, how about that?

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